Smartmatic: business relationship has existed between the English software company and the American voting system Dominion since 2015.
Election fraud is widespread. Now a deception by the software company “Smartmatic” has been uncovered.
The English company Smartmatic was in the crosshairs of election fraud allegations last week when it came out that it was working with Dominion, the company that supplied voting machines for the 2020 US election. Attorney Sidney Powell stated in a press conference that evidence of an “injection” of the Smartmatic software – which was also used in the fraudulent elections of Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez – into the US election machines Dominion [Transverse Waves reported].
Smartmatic denied these allegations in a tweet last week.
This denial was a lie, however. In December 2007 Smartmatic announced the sale of their Sequoia Voting Systems to the voting software and hardware company Dominion. A press release on Smartmatics website documented this sale. Additionally, in 2015 the chairman of Smartmatic, Lord Mark Malloch Brown, told a Filipino news broadcaster that Smartmatic software is owned by Dominion.
So there have been business relationships between Smartmatic and Dominion since 2015. The company is also said to have made voting software available in 16 states, including swing states such as Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
Smartmatic has relationships with George Soros and was founded in 2000. One of Hugo Chavez’s campaigners was on the company’s board of directors. The current CEO of Smartmatic is the British Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, who is also a director of George Soros Open Society Foundations.